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FOX Business
Jan 5, 2014 8:00am EST
max feras, along with chuck rocha. welcome to everybody. will the price spikes keep the economy from recovering? >> brenda, i don't see how it can't. just some back of the envelope calculations. say you're a young person, 25, 27, you live in nashville, you earn $27,000 a year. you've just seen your premiums double! now, you add into that the deductible. of course, the part you pay before, you know, the insurance kicks in. those across the country have seen an average increase of 42%. so that same person, that young person that lives in nashville, they get sick in a year orthey happen to, you know, get some procedures done, they just saw an increase in their taxes, if you will, of 25%. i don't see, brenda, how that can't kill the economy? >> well, chuck, less money in people's pockets, doesn't that keep them from spending and hurt the economy? >> it reminds me of the old saying my granddaddy said, if you lie long enough about having a horse, eventually somebody will buy you a saddle. let's not talk about what you may hear, let's talk about me. today i wrote a check to blue cross blue
Comedy Central
Jan 7, 2014 12:00am PST
would say points. it's time for our next game chuck e. cheese or jail? (cheers and applause) very exciting you can find reviews of everything on yelp and the reviews for jails and chuck e. cheeses are shockingly similar. i'll read you excerpts from reviews and for 250 points tell me the yelper is talking about chuck e. cheese or jail. here's the first one. "can't beat the fake cool laid." kumail? >> chuck e. cheese. >> chris: no that's jail! "there has been several fights between gang banging daddies." kumail? >> oh my god that has to be jail. >> that's chuck e. cheese! (laughter and applause) >> chris: chuck e. cheese! which i think i'm going say the probably like jail for parents. >> i like that even with that he's like "two stars." i'm not unreasonable. >> chris: next one great place to bring your kids. paul? >> jail. >> chris: that is jail for some reason. i don't know why. >> one star. >> chris: maybe he was being ironic. >> chris: time for our live challenge, tae kwon don't. that is some delightful word play. yesterday awesome redditor aaron hook gave the internet a gift as
KICU
Jan 3, 2014 4:00am PST
watching first business: financial news, analysis, and today's investment ideas. good morning! i'm chuck coppola, angela miles has the day off. it's friday, january 3rd. in today's first look:stocks take a turn.it was a down day on wall street with the dow falling 136 points, the s&p down 16, and the nasdaq slipping 34. gold was up 12 dollars, with oil dropping over 2 dollars. a new year, and a new start.reports from the hill say a resolution for a budget deal looks optimistic in congress.a one trillion dollar omnibus spending bill could be released as soon as monday.the bill will need to be passed by the 16th of this month to avert a government shutdown. a fed farewell.outgoing federal reserve chairman ben bernanke speaks today in philadelphia at the american economic association. bernanke will particpate in a q&a in addition to his speech looking back on his time as fed head. and...the nation is rocked by an epic snow storm. deemed "winter storm hercules" ... the near-blizzard condtions continue across the country...with the majority of the snowfall today hitting the northeast . mark s
NBC
Jan 4, 2014 6:00am EST
temperatures and the wind was just brew dahl, chuck. >> yeah. it was windy and cold yesterday. good morning angie and richard and good morning everybody. welcome to the first weekend of 2014 which will be a cold one for sure but you ain't seen nothing yet. very cold weather coming our way into the early and middle parts of next week. outside this morning, this is no bargain at all. single digits and teens this morning. 7 in gaithersburg. 17 downtown washington. temperatures right now are 5 to 15 degrees colder than they were at the same time yesterday. so your saturday planner, off to a very cold start. temperatures in the teens through about 8 or 9:00 this morning. rising only up into the low 30s today. plenty of sunshine for your saturday. so that's the good news. but unfortunately, clouds are back tonight. might have some freezing drizzle to worry about tomorrow and the arctic air is coming. now, back to the news. >>> this morning you'll notice many sidewalks and side streets still covered with snow and ice. she shows us the mess left behind and the clean up underway. >> i'm free
MSNBC
Jan 6, 2014 6:00am PST
. chuck is straight ahead. >> it's actually luke. >> luke, chuck. chuck, luke. interchangeable. >> have a good day. >>> shock and outrage, al qaeda-linked militants seize a region where more than 1,000 u.s. troops lost their lives during the iraq war. secretary kerry says there's no chance u.s. troop also go back into the country, but top republicans are demanding more action. >>> also this morning, in case you're still not sure, a new report shows it's not a question of if, but how hillary clinton will run for president. and if a potential republican opponent writes how the gop can write its course. >>> plus, team cold hits a big chunk of the country, and what's causing the depp freeze? good morning from washington, it's monday, january 6, 2013, and this is the "daily rundown," i'm luke russert in for chuck todd. and there's a lot to get to, including liz cheney's decision to drop her bid for the u.s. senate in wyoming. we begin in iraq with scenes that will give war-weary americans to flashbacks a decade ago. there is new fighting in fallujah, ramadi, where al qaeda has seize
NBC
Jan 5, 2014 8:00am PST
this morning on the roundtable, chief white house correspondent chuck todd, the managing editor of the pbs news hour, judy woodruff, steve schmidt and economist donna edwards is here as well. welcome to all of you. happy new year to all. >> happy thu yenew year. >> the year of action is what president obama said it would be, so how does he take the president sit back? >> it starts with making sure obamacare works. i asked someone what their january would look like, and they ticked off a whole bunch of issues. they sort of left out health care completely, and i said, so what does health care look like? well, they said, as long as everything continues to get a little bit better, a little bit better, they think they can somehow ease things. ultimately, no matter what, they would like to be talking about anything other than health care. they prefer nsa reforms which is unpopular. >> they like this fight because they want credit for a good year, right? >> they do. the economy has gotten so much better over the course of the presidency, and the administration hasn't really been able to capit
NBC
Jan 6, 2014 3:00am PST
transportation infrastructure and the kinds of things that will continue to grow the economy. frankly, chuck, i do think health care is getting better. you can call it what you want, but every single day it gets better for millions of americans, and that's only a good news story for the administration. >> how does he take it back? >> i think he has reached a moment that every other president has reached, where he has lost control to shape his own destiny from a public policy agenda. so, congresswoman, as we look at this health care debacle as it's unfolded in the last couple months, we'll find out whether it's a website problem or a structural problem with the program. i believe it's a structural problem with the program, and this is an issue that touches every american, and so i think this will be the dominant political issue, health care, heading into 2014 elections. and i think the president and his team may not want to talk about it, but they have no choice but to deal with it, and it's going to supercede all these other debates because it's so much more personal to people. >> chuck is righ
NBC
Jan 5, 2014 6:00am EST
meteorologist chuck bell. good morning, chuck. >> good morning. off to a cloudy start. as you mentioned, a little light rain and drizzle out there this morning. there's a huge spread of temperatures. as a result, some of this could be coming down in the form of pockets of very light, freezing rain. the weather service has issued a freezing rain advisory that does include arlington, the district, prince george's county, montgomery and frederick counties, all of the panhandle of west virginia, fair fax, prince william, into the sha shenandoah valley. take a check of temperatures, temperatures mid 30s from i-95 to the south and east. but down into the teens to the north and west. as the moisture rides ever northbound, we could see paths of freezing rain and freezing drizzle. most is down to the south and east of i-95. that's a bit of the good news. we could see a little glazing of some freezing rain as it moves north. for the next couple of hours, expect the opportunity of light freezing rain or drizzle first thing this morning. temperatures will end up all well above freezing la
PBS
Jan 1, 2014 1:00am PST
phenomenal year. he's corn charlotte son -- chuck carlson from horizon investment services. thank you for joining us. you say there are bullish factors that investors should consider so they realize that this could be a pretty good year, 2014. tell us what they are. >> first off, our firm looks at a tool called the dow theory to discern the primary trend. the dow theory is firmly in the bullish camp. we've had a continued series of new highs in both the dow jones industrials and the dow transport which is perfect under the dow theory. that's bullish. second, the three major engines of the stock market in my opinion are interest rates, inflation, corporate profits. and i think all three of those things remain net bullish for stocks in 2014. and finally while people are getting interested in the stock market again, we still don't know the type of over-the-top enthusiasm for stocks that you typically see at market tops. people are still fairly skittish, and you'll see that skittish not on any type of de-- skittishness on any type of decline in the markets. in 2014, it probably won't
CSPAN
Dec 31, 2013 11:45pm EST
it body checking. chuck grassley of iowa mentioned this at the judiciary committee hearing about whether fbi agents should be so quick to, you know, protect somebody who is presumed innocent, of course, but just tactics were pretty wild. this was the trial started in, like, october 15th of '07. headlines like this every day in the new york tabloids. agent of death. i mean, like, they basically convicted him. but the star witness, one of the star witnesses was linda. the woman i told you. it was alleged that by these reporters, now onen the left you see jerry. one of the problem of the most famous and the greatest contemporary reporter on organized crime. he had a column called "gangland" for years. he had played himself in the sopranos. you know. so but each and whatever. on the right mike. and a lot of these -- i'm half italian. half of my book is accurate. jerry -- at the height of the war. the war was waged from 91 to 93. they wrote about it and knew that she was going to be one of the star witnesses. she lies and they end the trial. look now the headline. two weeks later, tal
NBC
Jan 6, 2014 2:05am EST
personal to people. >> chuck is right, david. what you're saying is right. they have to get health care right. they've got to work on it. but at the same time, the argument for doing something about the economy, the argument for addressing inequality is such a compelling argument. i think back to the piece in the "new york times" this week. steve rattner had this rescue piece about what to remember about 2014. it was the year in charts. look what happened with wall street this year. up 30%. what happened to average american wages this year? up 1%. productivity, way up over the last decade. but american wages barely up. >> this may be an issue that washington actually do something about it. on health care they seemed to have stepped back. they have to wait for the results. it will still be a fight but maybe the economy can be moved by that. we'll be back with all of you. we'll talk about that and some of the other big issues like the marijuana fight going on around the country. i'll be back with the roundtable a little bit later. but first i want to move to another economy, the debate wi
NBC
Jan 5, 2014 8:00am EST
storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell. we have the freezing rain advisory in effect until about lunchtime today. most likely areas to be impacted northern montgomery county, loudoun county, frederick county. the temperatures are all over the place. we're in the mid 30s in town. l low 30s in gaithersburg. we could see a little glazing of ice. be real careful this morning. >>> that is your latest forecast. >>> up next on "today," it is back. season 4 of downtown abbey" is back and we "downtown abbey." >>> "downtown abbey" fans this is the night we've been waiting for. for months now after season three ended in tragedy. >> we have a preview of season four that ends on masterpiece. spoiler alert. if you haven't watched all three seasons, watch with a low volume for the next few minutes. >> the splendor of "downtown abbey" hasn't changed a bit. lives of those within are turned upside down. >> my husband is dead. can't you understand what that means? >> a cloud overshadows the joy of a birth of abbey's new heir. the shocking death of matthew in a car crash the end of season three sees
ABC
Jan 5, 2014 8:00am PST
democrat chuck schumer. >>> plus, new york's new mayor came out shovels and swinging. >> when i said i would take aim at the tale of two cities, i meant it. >> that, and all of the week's politics on our powerhouse roundtable. >>> and -- the navy s.e.a.l.s' lone survivor. as hollywood takes on america's hidden heroes, our experts take us inside the special ops of our military. all right here this sunday morning. >>> happy new year, everyone. and for so many of you this morning is a frigid one. half of the country from the great lakes to the gulf coast, from the rockies to the west coast, the national weather service calls the temperatures life-threatening. its record-breaking cold not seen in decades and another arctic storm is on the way. let's get right to gio benitez in chicago. >> reporter: good morning, george. it's so cold here that so many people here are calling chiberia the snow just hammering us, too. now that wind, too. all morning long. take a look, it may look like a gorgeous skating rink, but this is actually a harbor, this is lake michigan. i want to show you some of t
Al Jazeera America
Jan 6, 2014 12:00pm EST
, and we saw it fought out on sunday talk shows. chuck schumer of new york and rand paul of kentucky were on abc this week. >> i'm not against having unemployment insurance but i think it does provide some disincentive to work and there are studies to indicate this. we have to figure out how to create jobs. >> i think it's a little insulting, a bit insulting to american workers when rand paul says that unemployment insurance is a disservice. they want to work. they don't want unemployment benefits. they're just hanging on with unemployment benefits. >> reporter: one key part of unemployment benefits is people have to be looking for a job. that is a requirement. if this is not reinstated they'll still get to the six months that the state and federal government work together to provide but not that much longer package. >> what else is on this senate agenda? >> reporter: the tomorrow one is getting janet yellen the federal reserve chairman. this is one that did not get dealt with over the holiday. and watch for the senate to work through that confirmation today. the weather could play a
FOX News
Jan 5, 2014 12:30pm PST
spur the economy and create jobs. >> in the meantime, senator chuck schumer said any decision to stop the benefits will only hurt republicans in the midterms. >> this year, dealing with declining middle class incomes, and not enough job growth, will be the number one issue. and if on the first day of the new session the republican party said they won't extend unemployment extension, the initial round was started by george bush when unemployment was 5.6%, they'll show themselves so far out of the mainstream they'll hurt themselv themselves. >> chuck schumer articulates the very argument against himself, unwittingly perhaps, and that is to say unemployment checks began over five years ago. my goodness, it's been renewed more than ten times. these extensions, bob, were meant to be temporary. but some people have been collecting checks now for the better part of two years. at what point did the government say, hey, enough. >> there are two things here. unemployment rate is at a five-year low. however, long-term unemployment is still sky high. so you have these two competing factors, and w
MSNBC
Jan 3, 2014 6:00am PST
crunch. >> if it's way too early, it's "morning joe." stick around. we have chuck's daily run down straight ahead. >> it's coming downright now. >> developing now, states of emergency across the northeast as the first major winter storm of the year brings snow, high winds and dangerously cold temperatures to more than 100 million americans. here's a live image for all the planes in the air right now. 1800 flights have been canceled today. good news for travelers. flights are expected to resume any moment after snow forced a ground stop earlier this morning. i'm chris for chuck todd. we will get to the political news and house republicans's plan to start the votes on health care. we will talk to the labor secretary for american who is lot of unemployment benefits. we start with the brutal weather that dumped more than a foot of snow and plunged the northern half of the country into a deep freeze. authorities are telling people to stay inside, we have reporters braving the weather across the eastern seaboard. we will get the latest from boston and long island, new york. first, craig
FOX News
Jan 5, 2014 2:00pm PST
predictions. i want to get the videotape in case you're wrong. you said this in 2014 chuck todd replacing david gregory at meet the press. of course, nbc recently signing david gregory to a new contract, not recently, but not that long ago. are you saying you wish chuck todd will get the job or you think that he might? >> i think "meet the press" is now at a 20-year low in terms of the demo. i think it constantly trail face the nation. with all the cuts that is being talked about in terms of washington, that show may be cut altogether is what i'm hearing. joe scarbourough, maybe take the senior white house correspondent chuck todd and put him in the place of david gregory. >> no way meet the press goes away. i agree. >> jay leno, who does his last "tonight show" next month, there's fog to be a cable show? >> i think given the past relationship with mark zuckerberg, i can see jay leno going to cnn. fox is going to have a say in that, fox tv, as well. who gets jay leno's services? >> all right. the fun about these predictions are maybe they're going to come true or maybe a year from now we
FOX News
Jan 1, 2014 1:00pm PST
up. chuck is an expert at it, chuck. if anyone can find a connection, chuck can. >> picture harry reid and john boehner dancing behind closed door is the just wrong. >> you don't want to go there. >> during the health care debate, you had a guy come on t. >> you don't want to go there. >> during the health care debate, you had a guy come on t. >> you don't want to go there. >> during the health care debate, you had a guy come on t. >> you don't want to go there. >> during the health care debate, you had a guy come on tv who was a speed reader. >> she have been done with this thing, and he is now. but he came through it he saying wait a minute, there are a lot of assumptions here that don't add up. and he was the first -- >> what story has gotten you the biggest reaction? >> the the whole 2008 financial m meltdown. but we rose to the occasion because we were going after rescues and bailouts that didn't seem to make sense. i think it proves to people that we were neither red nor blue, just green, following green. ♪ >> dourp the day you were in a business suit on a treadmill? >> ye
Comedy Central
Jan 6, 2014 9:00am PST
applause] you know what? i know how to break the mood. i know how to break the mood. chuck? danger ♪ ♪ danger >> jon: we'll be right back. [cheers and applause] [cheers and applause] >> jon: welcome back to the show. welcome back to the show. hold on. hold on. emotion repress, repress. don't feel -- i'm back. so listen as a student of history one thing that we've all learned is that even the mightiest dynasties eventually crumble. the ming dynasty, happensberg dynasty and now problem for the preeminent dynasty of our age. >> the duck dynasty characters led by family pate rach are stars. but in an article of gq phil robertson called homosexuality sinful. just more. out from there bestiality, the drunkards the swindlers they won't inherit the kind dom of god. it's not right. >> jon: yeah, man it's zz top not zz bottom. [ laughter ] first of all i don't watch your duck dine industry and i assumed it was a show where ducks reenacted the show dynasty. which, by the way, would have eye huge gay audience. besides equating being gay with bestiality he recommend -- reminisced about how
PBS
Jan 4, 2014 12:00am PST
this and he was the big bang theory. a successful show, obviously. >> chuck lorre, he and i talked over the years. he would call and want me to do the show and for one reason or another i didn't. this year, he said i am ready for the annual turndown. i said, i will tell you what. do you shoot in front of an audience? i don't know how to do a one camera show where you come and do the next line. he said, yes. i said, i would like to do big bang theory because i think it is the best written show. i would like it to be a recurring part, not just a one- shot. he said, you got it. they sent me the script. the cast was unbelievable. i only worked with jim parsons and kaylee. they threw themselves on the sword for me. they wanted it to work. they kept throwing me hanging curveball than i kept swinging at them. tavis: you are too modest. when you looked out at that audience, what did you take from that standing ovation? >> it is your peers. they are saying you're pretty good. the creative arts award, they were about to hand me the emmy. i was about to have an enemy in my house and my wife w
MSNBC
Jan 7, 2014 6:00am PST
holiday edition of luke russert sitting in for chuck in the big chair. >> fantastic. >>> it's getting hot under the dome. harry reid delays an unemployment benefits vote because of cold weather travel trouble. ahead of this morning's vote we'll talk to the republican who is leading a largely lonely charge on this side, dean heller. as for the cold, the polar vortex is winding down, but not without a frigid fight. we'll go live to one of the chilliest parts of the northeast as a large part of the country hunkers down. >>> plus, vice president biden lets iraq's leader know the u.s. supports their battle against al qaeda, but what exactly can the u.s. do now without troops in iraq? >>> good morning from washington. it's tuesday, january 7th, 2014. this is "the daily rundown." i'm luke russert in for the great chuck todd. we want to start this busy morning with the extreme cold that's iced over much of the country. i'm sure a lot of you folks are feeling it this morning. two dozen cities report record-low temperatures. 15 deaths are blamed on the cold snap so far. 32 states are either und
NBC
Jan 1, 2014 7:00am PST
stocks keep growing in 2014. we'll get into that with chucked to and jim cramer. >> and we're not quite done with 2013 just yet. you don't want to miss a look back at all the fun we have had. >> it's been a lot. >> remember that fun, savannah? >> how could you forget it? >> we will begin with a check of the top stories of the morning with natalie here. we'll . >> it will be on nbc later on. i hope people there will be all bundled up to watch the detroit red wings and the toronto maple leafs to play hockey in the outdoor classic. it will be a great day, but very cold for everybody outside. back to you, peter. >> kevin, thanks so much. i appreciate it. >>> former first lady barbara bush is in a texas hospital treated for a respiratory related illness. according to the office of george h.w. bush, she was aded to the hospital on monday and in quote, great spirits. addition to be the wife of the 44 4 41st president, she is the mother of the 43rd president. >>> putin met with officials to discuss efforts to fight terrorism for injuries suffered during the bombings. this raises concerns
FOX
Jan 5, 2014 10:00am PST
called the islamic state of iraq and syria. on the other hand, though, chuck, you did have the status enforces agreement in theory had been negotiated between problem and the iraqis. president obama was never able to complete it. we left without leaving any trainers there or special forces there. >> you know, the post-american middle east is upon us. i think the new york times today zriekd it as a place in which no broker has the power or the will that contains region sectarian hatred. you can say obama's policy of withdrawal has failed. i'm not sure bush's policy of intervention had succeeded either because what it seemed to have called for was a permanent american presence as the only antedote of the hatred. we may be learning the middle east is intractable. this competition between the saudis and iranian, which is now playing out across the entire region is slipping out of the bonds that western powers have been trying to put on it ever since the french and the british after world war i. it will hurt us in various ways. it will spill over into terrorism and et cetera. but it seems
CNN
Dec 30, 2013 2:00am PST
detail. nice to see you, amanda, and thank you very much. >>> defense secretary chuck hagel has called his egyptian counterpart expressing concerns about recent violence in egypt. a pentagon statement says hagel offered his condolences for victims of the rash of bombings there, one friday, one sunday, one just this morning, and he also offered u.s. assistance to investigate those incidents. >>> in four months, at least one rocket-fired from lebanon hit northern israeli on friday. no injuries are reported on either side. it was not immediately clear who fired the rockets but israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu blamed hezbollah for that strike. >>> john kerry is head to go middle east the middle east region to push for peace. he is expected to travel to jerusalem and ramallah on new year's day. on his agenda including discussions with israeli prime minister benefiting anyone netanyahu and palestinian president mahmoud abbas. >>> senator ted cruz says he doesn't want to be from canada any more. he has hired a lawyer to renounce his canadian sit sinship. he didn't royal he had dual c
CNN
Jan 7, 2014 10:00am PST
today, we did hear from new york senator, chuck schumer, perhaps opening the door to some kind of negotiation over how to pay for this bill. >> best choice, pass it, get it done, get it done quickly. second-best choice, finding a reasonable pay for. >> reporter: so democrats would like this to be an emergency appropriati appropriation not paid for. there you heard schumer admitting they need to negotiate over that. wolf, how does schumer want to pay for this bill? closing loopholes, tax loopholes on the rich and that brings us back to the same debate we have been having for years here at the capitol. >> how surprising was it, lisa, you cover congress very closely, that six republicans went along with the democrats? >> reporter: i'll tell you, i was sitting at my desk with this very pen. we didn't know. we knew that four republicans were likely to side with them. the minute that dan coats of indiana voted yes, that's when it really felt like this could happen. but democrats themselves, wolf, said they were surprised, even the sponsor of the bill said he basically didn't know until
MSNBC
Jan 2, 2014 6:00am PST
, happy new year. i'm in for chuck todd. we will bring you a new year's resolution for the passengers stranded in the antarctic and former first lady barbara bush who is hospitalized in texas. the winter storm that is expected to bring snow and bitter temperatures from iowa through new england. it started falling in chicago and the 600 flights were canceled with millions plunging into a deep freeze. bill joins us now with the storm forecast. what is the latest? >> new information from the models and everything looks on track. the snowfall totals and the biggest question marks remain in the philadelphia and new york city areas, but we will get hit in the area as we go into tomorrow. let me take you through the morning. all right about two to four inches from binghamton. look how cold and snowy. it's rare to get a snowstorm with 1 degree temperatures. it's happening today. boston about 20 and an inch on the ground. as far as the totals will go, a lot of this as fallen. missouri, illinois and indiana. pittsburgh's snow is coming down and a lot of reports of bridges and overpas
CSPAN
Dec 29, 2013 7:00pm EST
congress had to embrace using some of the social media. some of them do it themselves. chuck grassley is known for tweeting when he sits on his wallet. or those who have staffers that do it. you can tell in terms of the voice of the person coming through. certainly, they have used their facebook pace image -- facebook pages and various outlets to communicate directly with constituents, but there is a utility for reporters as well. >> senator grassley clearly tweets himself if you look at his feed, you can conclude that, but a lot of these guys don't. >> i asked them if they do it themselves and you will find some who dictate. >> is that not what senator mccain does? >> i think it is a missive that he hadn't his driver tweak and he was driving. -- he had his driver tweeet while he was driving. >> we are about to get the hook here. anyone can jump in. what is a source of news? a columnist, a website, a publication that is the skewer buthat is obscure, that you consider essential? >> i would not tell you. >> everyone should follow the iron sheik. >> who is a good non-obvious tweeter? can
FOX News
Dec 31, 2013 4:00pm PST
rather huddle with rahm emanuel than dance with them. harry is having trouble hooking up. chuck woolery is an expert. yep, chuck. long time host of "love connection." >> picturing harry reid and john boehner behind closed doors, dancing is just wrong. >> you don't want to go there. >> during the health care debate you had a guy come on tv who was a speed reader. >> he can read at 10,000 times the normal rate. he should have been done with this thing. he is not. but he came through it saying, wait a minute. there are a lot of assumptions here that don't add up. he was the first to say it. >> what story got you the biggest reaction? >> the 2008 financial melt down. that tested our mettle as an organization. we rose to the occasion. we were going after rescues and bailouts that didn't make sense. it proved to people that we were neither red nor blue. just green. following green. >> do you remember the day you were in a business suit on a treadmill? >> yes. >> what was going on there? >> my normal workout. my point then with the workout was to show built into the budget deals, they are all
Comedy Central
Jan 6, 2014 7:00pm PST
seig heil, chuck. the christmas season is always open season on titans of finance. ebenezer scrooge was a job creator. what did tiny tim ever make other than me cry. well, this christmas the median income huggers out there are still pushing bankers around and no one is getting hid harder than my buddy c.e.o. jamie dimon. for more we go to nbc an four grader trick-or-treating rachel maddow. >> the nearest and deerest to jayie dimon this holiday see be, recently graced with this panoramic holiday card in your mail box. it shows the first family of finance having a great time hitting tennis balls inside what seems to be their home. and says hey, we're so rich we can destroy our own stuff with a smile. >> stephen: disgusting. calf or thing around your own home with your own family? at christmastime. come on. i condition think of anything more decadent except maybe murdering a tree and dressing it up like a whore. no wonder, nond withouter, folks, no wonder "time" magazine called the cards maddeningly tone deaf and ask could you pick a more elitist sport? yes, elitist, ten sis just polo
NBC
Jan 6, 2014 5:00pm PST
poles. it's across the u.s. >> we know what it means now, thank you chuck. >>> brian williams will continue the coverage on nightly news the big weather story at 5:po. >>> one of the san jose state students of a hate crime against a roommate pleaded not guilty in court today. logan beesh letter is facing charges. prosecutors say he and three other white roommates relentlessly taunted their black roommate and that they barricaded him in his bedroom and clamped a u-shaped bike lock around his neck. we talked to the attorney about an hour ago. he told us it was all part of a prank. he also said that they're waiting to hear from the university whether he will be expelled. san jose state hired a retired judge to lead a special task force to review the case and make recommendations. >>> new twists in the lawsuit of the parents of saratoga high school student audrey potts. her family blames her suicide on cyber bullying. three fellow students are accused of sexually assaulting her and taking pictures and sharing the photos with other students. her father lawrence should not be allowed to
Al Jazeera America
Dec 30, 2013 2:00am EST
and other officials. the u.s. is offering egypt help investigating bomb attacks there chuck hagel spoke with army chiefs, and he is concerned about the latest developments. a bomb exploded outside an army building. the egyptian army labelled it a terrorist attack. saudi arabia pledged $3 million. the lebanese military has grappled with sectarian violence stemming from the syrian civil war. france's president pledged support. >> what i know is france equipped the lebanese army for a while. and will readily answer solicitation why, because lebanon must remain united. integrity must be expected and guaranteed for all the reb niece. >> lebanon is rebuilding after its own 15-year civil war. a new report says the u.s. could lose its momentum in afghanistan after a troop drawdown, the national intelligence estimate says it could take three years for the taliban power to grow. the report says security conditions would likely worsen regardless of a u.s. presence. hitting a health care milestone days before insurance is set to kick in. thousands forced to flee as a dormant volcano roars to
Al Jazeera America
Jan 6, 2014 11:00am EST
the sunday talk shows yesterday. we saw senator chuck schumer and senator rand paul really incapsulating this debate this week. >> i'm not against having unemployment insurance. i do think, though, the longer you have it that it does provide some disincentive to work and there are many studies that indicate this. we have to figure out how to create jobs and keep people from being long-term unemployed. >> i think it's a little insulting a bit insulting to american workers when rand paul says unemployment benefits is a disservice. they want to work. they don't want unemployment benefits. they're just hanging on with unemployment benefits. five republicans would have to join can with democrats to see it pass. democrats are watching to see if they can get four more republicans on board. >> libby, what about a vote, will we see one this week? >> reporter: we'll see a procedure vote today. that's where you need to get those four republicans who will vote for it if it's to pass the senate. the biggest hurdle is over in the house where house speaker john boehner and other reasons s
Al Jazeera America
Jan 6, 2014 2:00am EST
. >> sure, many have small tents with heaters, but others, like chuck marshall and mike prefer being outside, exposed to the elements. >> always bring more than you thing you need because it's colder than you think. >> as long as your power doesn't go out you should be right. >> that's right, and the furnace. >> others shop, these fishermen stay on the ice and wait for the next bite. >> i have something big here. >> there's your bass. >> perhaps the best bit of advice for surviving sub zero temperatures is the one you won't hear from the fishermen on the ice - stay inside. >> that is hard core. that will do it for this edition of al jazeera. thanks for watching. >> hello, i'm richard g gizberg. now you know, how a special blue the whistle on the nsa. into the data banks of silicon valley giants, and the private communication he of millions of citizens around the world.
MSNBC
Jan 7, 2014 2:00am PST
will take place today. and new york senator chuck schumer talked with raidal madow about the gridlock in congress. >> it is becoming clearer and clearer to the american people that gridlock is not being caused by both parties but by one party. the turning away from the middle class is dominated by one party. the refusal to do things that even mainstream republicans did like unemployment insurance, like minimum wage increases even five years ago is hurting them. rick scott is being sued in hopes he'll fill the state's number two spot. a lawsuit filed monday argues the republican is legally obligated to name a lieutenant governor. the state has been without a second in command since fellow republican jennifer carol resigned last year. >>> also in florida, a congressman brought in a power house ethics lawyer. rob walker is a former attorney for the house ethics panel. he is tasked wi eed helping a colleague. he expected back on capitol hill this week. new on msnbc.com this morning, judges ask how bad is too bad for texas women seeking abortions? the fifth circuit is looking into
FOX
Jan 7, 2014 9:00am PST
like 30 yards from each other chucking this thing. >>> nothing looks who are comfortable than a baby comfortably in a onesie. so why don't they make them for adults? in is the hoodsie, like a onesie, except this has a zipper and a hoodie. >> and it's gold. >> that is only one of them. there are many and this video was actually part of a project. ♪ and there are several different styles and colors. >> funny, because like they have the models doing like sexy poses. >> yeah. ♪ >> think of the laundry you save. >> they were trying to raise $15,000 on kick start. they're now more than double that. >> and you can get the gold one. that is an option. >>> from texas up to minnesota and east, it is cold. this guy was driving to work and he discovered that snowplow drivers didn't exactly complete the job. unfortunately, he ends up in 12 inches of snow. he goes back and forth and i he tries to execute like a three point turn. and i'm like don't do that, you'll get stuck again. he looks down to see, okay, wait, what is going on here? he gets back in and he eventually does get out. some peopl
ABC
Jan 6, 2014 12:00am EST
number one comedy "the big bang theory," for a role that won bob his first emmy. creator chuck lorre's perseverance paid off. >> what will it take? >> i think "big bang theory" because i think it's the best written show. i'd like it to be a recururring role. >> this was the show he wanted to be on because it's fab. >> he's such a fool. >> after a long campaign and his short lived stint on "dancing" bill nye got his wish should be on the show. >> this far from the guy and -- oh, he's so good. >> jealous of leonard's friendship with dr. proton, sheldon gets his own science guy. >> which is really odd. that's what we do. >> my show never would have happened without yours. >> that's what i td my lawyers. >> other big news, kaley kuoco's engagement to ryan sweeting. >> i'm a he fan of him and also a fan of tennis. i plan o on get something thing out of thiselationship whether they know it or not. >> the big bang they'rery is on cbs. >>> "extra" has been with the cast of ncis since it kicked off in 2003. each time we hit the set, count on someone pulling off a prank or pulling off a performa
NBC
Jan 6, 2014 4:30am EST
. and chuck bell's joining us on the storm team 4 weather deck. and we'll have him coming up here shortly. but we do have windchill impacts here by 8:00 this evening. we are going to have our windchills in the teens. and then we will have windchills to minus 10 to minus 30 degrees by 8:00 tomorrow morning with winds gusting maybe 25 to 30 miles an hour. then our windchills on tuesday evening are going to be back to around maybe 10 degrees to around 0. by wednesday morning, our windchills are going to be better. we will have windchills zero to 30 below zero. windchill warning out in the shenandoah valley. all this area in pink. windchill advisory all the area in blue. that's coming up later today. here are future windchills as of 5:30 this afternoon. windchills not too bad. but it's when we have the temperatures continuing to plunge overnight. look at our windchills. by 10:00 this evening, they'll be sub-zero windchill. it will feel like three degrees in washington. by 1:00 a.m. tomorrow, the windchill down to 10 to 15 below zero. as we tray to get off to work and school tomorrow m
SFGTV
Jan 5, 2014 10:00am PST
six. i would like to thank ed for his incredible innovative building design and chuck pally from ko construction, our contractors. i want to personally thank brian lawrence and bruce am as -- armstrong for their incredible assistance to getting us to this point and lastly my partner and brother-in-law lee for his tireless work for nearly 4 years in bringing all of the pieces of this amazing puzzle together. thank you everyone and everyone i did not mention. before i bring up the mayor, i would like to discuss something. we also install a time capsule. we want to make the time capsule more meaningful. in addition to burying it on the sight, -- site, we plan to have a display of it. most likely and most obviously it will be how dumb our smartphones are for that time. i guess i should show you what it looks like. we are actually not going to bury it today. we are going to take some suggestions. anybody ha has any interesting ideas, please be sure to let one of us know. so far our partners at kennedy are contributing aerial photos of the before version of this area surrounding the trans
KICU
Jan 7, 2014 4:00am PST
offerings since the year 2000.and now, the show gears up with chuck coppolla taking us to the streets for some tasty american ingenuity. from coast to coast street vendors popped up with food a- la-carte.you can count on a few things with food trucks.you'll never be asked, "is it for here or to go?" but getting started on the ground floor of this business does come at cost. dan salls says most people will need about 60-thousand dollars..for the truck, outfitting it for cooking and all of the permits. not everyone can find an ice cream truck for 45-hundred dollars and convert it into a red salsa truck. but not everyone who does this began as a chef, either. "i was a financial advisor. i was 24, but i wanted to give this a go." jay and carrie sebastian got started for about 30-thousand. partly because the work of converting their small, electric truck into the bridgeport pasty pie wagon was kept in the family. "i have a brother-in-law who's a machinist and put in the oven. we did it over a long period of time." new food trucks can cost 75- thousand. equipment and plumbing if you
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